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story-- phone lines light up as business groups lobby lawmakers on immigration legislation.. an update on residents of the jersey shore and more in the 1 year aftermath of superstorm sandy.. and words of wisdom on taking risks from buffett and son. first business starts now! you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning! it's tuesday, october 29th. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: a record rally to start the week. the dow fell a point, the nasdaq by 3, but the s&p-- just managed to make a record day when a gain of 2 points. gold and oil remained near the flatline. apple fails to impress wall street. after the close last night the tech giant reported earnings that topped analyst targets-- but profits from sales of iphones and ipads were not as robust as what analysts wanted. shares dropped about two dollars. retailer michael kors is set to join the s&p 500 friday night. shares rose $3 dollar after the close on the news. gas prices-- hit the lowest level of year year monday. according to triple a the average price of a gall
of homeland security, the record number of deportation. she told us that she'd push for more immigration reform as head of homeland security and says she wants high school student tons that the uc system is open to everybody -- students to know that the uc system is open for everybody. >> we're going to do more for all first generation students whether they are documented or undocumented than has ever been done. >> and just in the past five minutes we learned napolitano will earmark $5 million to help students live in the u.s. illegal, special counseling and financial aid. she calls the money a down payment on a commitment to all acdemically qualified students. >>> and a multimillion dollar fine for pg&e's gas line failure. and the massive construction excavators. they've been found. we'll tell you how they were found. >> and how warm it will be in your neighborhood and in your city tomorrow. . >>> new developments in a shooting in san leandro. police arrest ed two oakland men. michael breedlove and martin to shoot and until cruz. the arrests of the results of detective work that started
. >> reporter: napolitano has faced criticism for not doing more to stop the deportation of immigrants. she said she's going to set aside millions to help students who enter the country illegally. >> thank you members of the commonwealth club. >> reporter: in her first major speech since being named president of the university of california. janet napolitano addressed a hot button issue. >> let me be clear. uc welcomes all students who qualify academically. whether they're documented, or undocumented. >> reporter: napolitano told the crowd, while homeland security director county she pushed for comprehensive immigration reform. tonight, she pledged additional support. >> i'm going to set aside $5 million this year, right now, with student service centers and financial aid. >> reporter: napolitano has spent much of the time getting acquainted with the university. >> i was invited to pet a shark. i just got here from washington. >> reporter: while napolitano left washington behind, protesters chanted outside of her visit today. >> janet napolitano was responsible for escalating federal immigration
-t company of circumventing immigration laws to bring thousands of low paid workers to america. infosys has been under investigation for visa abuse since 2011. the company will face no criminal charges or admit doing anything wrong. it's official -- social security benefits for nearly 58 million people will increase 1.5% next year. the cost of living increase came about two weeks late due to the government shutdown. the increase is a small one because consumer prices have not gone up very much this past year. the social security cola adjustments are tied to that number. just in time for christmas barnes and noble introduces a new 'nook' e-reader. but will it be enough to help the beleagured book seller? lighter and brighter with an extended 8-week battery life, the new reader is a hit with critics -- but questions about whether there is a market for e-readers and whether barnes and noble will even be around in the future are weighing on the device's debut. a new roundup of the world's most powerful figures ranks russia's president in the top spot. vladimir putin booted president obama out
immigration visas. early reports say fines could reach a record 35 million dollars, the largest fine ever of its kind. infosys tells the wall street journal it is cooperating wi the investigation. a september slump in the retail sector. retail sales a tenth of a percent last month as americans scaled back on big ticket purchases. the data suggests the government shutdown is not likely a factor, as july and august numbers were also trending lower. while demand for big items like cars fell....food, beverage, and electronics sales all rose. sea world is headed to appeals court in november. the company will fight fines that followed the tragic 20-10 death of a trainer killed by an orca whale in orlando. sea world was hit with negative press after the tragedy, including the revealing documentary "blackfish." after the incident, the labor department fined the company and demanded it separate whales from trainers during performances. now -- the company is appealing, stating that a work safety clause under the "occupational safety health administration." cannot be used to force a company to chang
the suspect as a 25-year-old immigrant from china who they say is the cousin of the dead woman's husband. they say they don't know the motive for the killings. >>> indiana university police have arrest add man. a student and another man got into a fight with another student outside the university apartment complex. one of the suspects pulled out a knife and reportedly stabbed the victim in the back. that prompted a message to all the students that an armed suspect was on the run. >>> an investigation into an accident at the north carolina state fair. people were getting off of that ride called the vortex when it suddenly started going again. five people were thrown off and injured. they arrested 43-year-old timothy ruterford. >> we have found that that ride was tampered with and compromised. >> reporter: authorities haven't exactly said what was changed on the ride but more investigations are possible. >>> singer chris brown is facing a new assault charge for a fight in washington, d.c. the 24-year-old musician was arrested after an earl he morning altercation that sent one man to the ho
into hayward. mostly immigrants but they may not be able to stay long. >> it's like a place holder until these properties get, their value goes up enough then they will be replaced. >> reporter: isabel nava knows the story firsthand. she grew up in hayward and is moving. hayward not only has b.a.r.t. but housing that's less expensive than across the bay. >> if i could have afforded a nice house in the triangle or outer mission or something i would have. but we reluck -- reluctant. we are where we are. >> yeah, we love oakland. >> reporter: those new more affluent residents are also bringing new business. >> i've been here since january and i know i've seen at least about five to 10 new businesses pop up in the downtown area. >> there are some very good prospects in the long run for not only being in the east bay but the east bay is going to be a very different place. >> reporter: professor bowser says the those who live in the east bay can do something to stay, improve their education and skills to compete. >>> a man pointed a gun at an employee and demanded money. he is described as a
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